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220 E Franklin St, Sparta, WI 54656-1804, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Jennifer Dunn, Steve Dunn

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Circa 1900. Escape to this Victorian treasure located in the Hidden Valleys of Southwestern Wisconsin. This area is considered to be the Bicycling Capital of America and the famous Elroy-Sparta state biking trail...


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Romantic B&B

The Franklin Victorian B&B is romantic, quiet, and has all the little touches. The soft, cuddly robes and slippers, chocolate candies, inviting bed with luxurious linens, warm fireplace and romantic games to play. The breakfast was spectacular and the presentation was wonderfully appetizing. Thank you for everything.
Toni R
Cottage Grove, WI

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InnSide Tip - Bike Trails
I would recommend riding the bike trails..taking a picnic lunch and water with you..stop along the way and enjoy. Be sure to bring a jacket with hood as tunnels are cool and wet and have a light on your bike the tunnels are dark. Have fun!
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Very relaxing

Great BnB. It was so relaxing and quiet. We loved all of the extras - candy, beverages available at all times, robes, fireplace, games, movies, shuttle to bike trail, wonderful breakfast in the room...
Shawn Hartzel
8/7/2009

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Lots of pampering!

Franklin B&B is a beautiful old house in Sparta, Wis., known as the “Biking Capital of Wisconsin.” This B&B offers so many amenities – spring water, coffee, tea, snacks, toiletries, board games, magazines, CD player and CDs – that we felt pampered and very well taken care of. Jennifer, the innkeeper, prepared special breakfasts with our food allergies and special diets in mind – for which we are grateful. Tourist information, including bike trail books and brochures, was plentiful and appreciated. The room was comfortable, quiet and spotless.
Karen Carnabucci
Racine, WI
5/27/2009

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"Best of the Midwest & Great Lakes", Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast Association’s Elite Roster.


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